Check this out! 10/1/14

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Matt Perman fleshes out some unbiblical notions of work.

Ed Stetzer outlines “4 Trends in Christianity That Could Scare You.” Ed is a great researcher and these are worth considering.

I don’t agree with all of his conclusions or the tone of his article but Steve McSwain responds to Ed Stetzer’s article over at the Huffington Post.  Read “Why Nobody Wants to Go to Church Anymore.”

Phil Cooke has a good word for all the nit-pickers out there that he picked up from Seth Godin.

“We may be truly said to worship God, though we lack perfection; but we cannot be said to worship Him if we lack sincerity.” (Steven Charnock)

 

Check this out! 9/30/14

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Thom Rainer lists 10 traits of long-tenured pastors.  An interesting read.

Randy Alcorn offers six reasons to live more simply.

Here is a grew little video on reconciliation after divorce from Igniter media called “Together Again.”

Ever wish you had more time to read? Check out “How busy people take time to read – and you can too.”

A man should never be ashamed to own he has been in the wrong, which is but saying in other words that he is wiser today than he was yesterday. (Alexander Pope)

 

Check This Out 8/29/14

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Pastors here is a great post on the various gospel tracts used at Grace Community Church in Los Angeles.  There are some good resources here. Read, “What gospel tracts do you use?”

Kevin DeYoung offers four brief theses on the subject of suicide.  We have discussed this issue several times at our church lately and with some recent high profile suicides, this is a timely article.

Focus on the Family gives 4 tips for gearing up for football season.  pay attention dads!

 

Daily living by faith on Christ is what makes the difference between the sickly and the healthy Christian, between the defeated and the victorious saint. (A.W. Pink)

 

Check this out! 8/28/14

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A good article with helpful warnings to pastors.  Read, “Losing Your Voice: 4 Ways Pastors Lose Pulpits.”

Here is one by my good friend Deepak Reju for all of those who are dating.  He writes, “How to Break Up to the Glory of God.’

Here is a word to church leaders about the dangers of social media but these are good warnings for anyone.

Brett Kunkle responds to the question, “What can a parent do when their grown children have walked away from Christianity?”

An interesting article on the decline of churches that sanction same-sex relationships.  Read, “How to Shrink Your Church in One Easy Step.”

It is true that we may desire much more. But let us use what we have, and God will give us more. (Adoniram Judson)